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Something To Do Wednesday: Addressing Big Questions

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Here's a featured event, culled from the NEWS24-680 Events Calendar.

Veteran readers know we pull more interesting items from our NEWS24-680 Events Calendar and feature them from time to time. We’re big on knowledge, and asking questions, and – hopefully – getting answers, so we liked the sound of this offering posted by the Friends of Berkeley Lab.

If you like applying your cranial power to help answer life’s Big Questions, here’s an opportunity to put your head together with some of the biggest brains around:

5 Big Questions

Date/Time
Date(s) – 29/04/2015
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location
Kaiser Center Auditorium

Categories

Every discovery and invention starts with a question. From the hunt for minute and elusive particles to the enormity of tackling the emperor of all maladies, come see Berkeley Lab scientists dive into the big questions that drive their research.

Please join us on Wednesday, April 29th at Oakland’s Kaiser Center Auditoriumfrom 7-9 p.m. A few of the scientists confirmed include:

  1. Judy Campisi – Cancer and aging
  2. Kai Vetter – Radiation and public safety
  3. Shashi Buluswar – Urban Food Intiative
  4. Javier Ceja-Navarro – Beetles, biofuels and coffee

For more information and to see past events visit Friends of Berkeley Lab. Here is the event flyer if you’d like to download it.